When I was studying for my degree I discovered that gender is a social construct made up by an oppressive society to keep women in the kitchen, men out of high heels and everyone spending all their money on hob … Continue reading
We’re not a family that talks about love much. That doesn’t mean we don’t feel it – not at all – just that declarations of love can seem a bit insincere to our oh-so-British ears. This is particularly so when … Continue reading
I have been reading the “How to write a tolerable blog and get people to read it” instructions. Apparently is advisable to include photographs in your blog because people prefer pictures to words on the whole, or something like that. … Continue reading
Stories from Cornwall and the South West
Franco-Hibernian food blog
Brain food for the thinking teacher
humourless mummy, cuddly feminist
homecooked dishes for health and happiness
Work, parenting, regrettable actions and general muddling through
I used to think someone somewhere was in charge...
Who are you? I'm not sure I like you.
Research English At Durham
A great WordPress.com site
A blog by Helen Saxby
A red sock in the white wash of cyberspace
Just another WordPress.com site
Yeah, yet another vegan food blog
The Many Faces of Cornwall
Not really a connoisseur of anything, except maybe plays on words.